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We have to know about the harmful impacts of noise pollution

We have to know about the harmful impacts of noise pollution

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As a result of rapid urbanization, silent and deadly noise pollution increases in the cities. Teachers and students can also play an essential role in controlling this.



If the harmful issues of noise pollution get included in the country’s textbooks, awareness will increase among all.

Guests made the remarks at a sound-awareness training held at Notre Dame College, Dhaka‘s Auditorium, on Monday, May 30, 2022.

Hemant Pius Rosario, Principal of Notre Dame College, Dhaka, presided over the training conducted by Shahidul Hasan, Lecturer, Department of Bangla of that College.

Fazle Elahi, Project Manager, has presented the keynote article. The resource persons were Naurir Haque, Executive Magistrate, Department of Environment (Bangladesh).

Father Leonard Rosario, Vice-Chancellor, Tivas Vincent Rosario, Assistant Professor of Physics, and Biplob Kumar Dey, Assistant Professor of Chemistry of the College, were present.

The principal of Notre Dame College said, “Noise pollution was increasing in the city due to overcrowding. As a result, city dwellers are constantly facing various health risks.



Excessive noise pollution reduces the people’s hearing in the city and harms mental health. Especially our students are suffering more. Although it is forbidden to blow the horn in front of an educational institution, many drivers blow the horn unnecessarily.”

Naori Haque, the Executive Magistrate of the environment department (Bangladesh), said, “We are constantly conducting mobile courts to control noise pollution.

All vehicles using hydraulic horns penalizes. Noise pollution could not control by law enforcement alone. Everyone must come ahead to control this silent killer.”

Notably, Millions of people are affected daily by noise pollution. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most prevalent health issue it causes.

Exposure to loud noise can also cause hypertension, heart disease, sleep disturbances, and stress. These health issues can affect people of all ages, particularly children.

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